Country Thunder Arizona 2017 is coming to an end, so azcentral.com checked the lost and found Sunday evening to see what had been left behind after four days in the desert.
Any of this look familiar? You can visit the information booth in the festival grounds to get it back.
A bunch of cellphones. It was a unique way to hold thousands of dollars in one hand.
An entire purse
Just one purse. How does one lose an entire purse? Probably by falling asleep on the ground, but what do we know.
A few rings, a pearl, and gold hoops earrings. It’s fun to think about someone pulling off their earrings and just throwing them on the ground.
Handfuls of credit, debit and ID cards
A ton of credits cards, debit cards and IDs. Like, a lot. You’re lucky the festivalgoers are so honest!
Bags of car keys
A bunch of car keys. Earlier today, we heard a woman apologize to her husband after he drove five hours to bring her car keys, only for her to locate them in the lost and found.
A passport. Those are expensive to replace!
A GoPro HERO3+. Those are also expensive, and who knows what’s caught on video in there!
A pair of glasses. Guess you’re not seeing Blake Shelton then!
Possible wedding ring?
A wedding ring? We aren’t classy enough to tell if this is real or not, but if it is, we’re sorry, honey.
azcentral.com and KMLE Country 107.9 find out: How well do fans at Country Thunder Arizona know the festival’s lineup? Thomas Hawthorne/azcentral.com
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Randy Helm leads the morning Cowboy Church at Country Thunder Arizona on Sunday, April 9, 2017. Patrick Breen/azcentral.com
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Tyler Farr spoke to KMLE Country 107.9 about traveling to Guam to play for the troops and more before playing at Country Thunder Arizona 2017. Credit: KMLE
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Randy Rogers of the Randy Rogers Band talks about how where he’s playing inspires him and more with KMLE Country 107.9 at Country Thunder Arizona 2017. Credit: KMLE
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Arizona native Dierks Bentley talks about what he misses most about his home state with KMLE Country 10.79 at Country Thunder on Friday, April 7, 2017. Credit: KMLE
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Arizona native and Country Thunder Arizona ambassador Harry Luge played a few songs from KMLE Country 107.9 in Florence on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Credit: KMLE
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azcentral.com music critic Ed Masley interviews country artist Joe Nichols at Country Thunder Arizona on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Thomas Hawnthorne/azcentral.com
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Though it’s more than a 25-minute walk from the main stage, the Ponderosa campground still parties hard at Country Thunder Arizona. We catch up with Jacob Halaby on Saturday, April 8, 2017. Patrick Breen/azcentral.com
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Country Thunder Arizona 2017 artist Aaron Watson played some hits in the KMLE Country 107.9 Casino in Florence on Friday, April 7, 2017. Credit: KMLE
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Jon Pardi talks Country Thunder Arizona show, ACMs and how he takes care of his voice with KMLE Country 107.9 on Friday, April 7, 2017.
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16 teams compete for the golden Solo cup trophy in the Beer Olympics at Country Thunder Arizona each year in Florence, Arizona.
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Chris Young talks Country Thunder Arizona and more with KMLE Country 107.9 DJs on Thursday, April 6, 2017. Credit: KMLE
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Country-music duo LOCASH played a campsite concert for the winners of a KMLE Country 107.9 radio station contest at Country Thunder Arizona on Thursday, April 6, 2017.
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Singer Terri Clark talks country music and her radio station before she plays Country Thunder Arizona in Florence on Thursday, April 6, 2017. Patrick Breen/azcentral.com.
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Kaila White, a reporter with azcentral.com, explains the essentials one should take if going to an outdoor music festival in the desert such as Country Thunder or Coachella. Tom Tingle/azcentral.com
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Country Thunder Arizona trivia: How well do you know the lineup?
See inside Cowboy Church at Country Thunder Arizona
Tyler Farr talks playing for the troops, more with KMLE at Country Thunder Arizona
Randy Rogers talk country you can dance to with KMLE at Country Thunder Arizona
Dierks Bentley on what he misses most about Arizona with KMLE
Watch Country Thunder Arizona ambassador Harry Luge in concert from KMLE
Joe Nichols talks Country Thunder Arizona
Ponderosa campground parties from afar at Country Thunder Arizona
Aaron Watson plays KMLE Casino concert at Country Thunder Arizona
Jon Pardi talks Country Thunder Arizona with KMLE
Beer Olympics at Country Thunder Arizona
Chris Young talks Country Thunder Arizona
LOCASH surprises Country Thunder Arizona campers with concert
Catching up with singer Terri Clark at Country Thunder Arizona
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